Asterand, CompuCyte Team Up to Provide
Microarrays for Tissue Analysis Service

Asterand will include CompuCyte's quantitative cytometric analysis of tissues and tissue microarrays as a part of its current research molecular pathology services, the firms said last week.

The offering is an extension of Asterand's molecular pathology contract research service, which specializes in immunohistochemistry and RNA in situ hybridization studies using human tissue samples. The samples are assembled into tissue microarrays for expression analysis.

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